China News Service, August 10. According to Hong Kong Wenhui.com, the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Li Jiachao, will deliver his first policy address in October. Including the expansion of student resources and education with 6 admissions, the establishment of a new "Global Greater Bay Area 2+2" degree program, allowing college students to obtain two university degrees in Hong Kong and other cities in the Greater Bay Area in only 4 years, and investing more Resources to set up scholarships and financial aid programs to allow more students from “Belt and Road” countries to come to Hong Kong for higher education, etc.
CUHK first proposes to expand international education and student sources, enhance international reputation, and set up a new "Global Greater Bay Area 2+2" degree program. Students can study in local universities in Hong Kong and universities in other cities in the Greater Bay Area for two years each. Obtaining degrees from both places will not only allow students to benefit from the advantages of education in both places, but also enhance the strength of higher education in the Greater Bay Area.
In addition, CUHK also proposed to invest more resources to set up scholarships and financial aid programs to allow more students from “Belt and Road” countries to receive higher education in Hong Kong; to promote commercial institutions to sponsor students’ tuition fees for admission to universities; to set up scholarships for global elites Plan to attract the world's top talents to Hong Kong for university education; refer to the immigration policies of major international education regions to solve the problem of local talent shortage; organize large-scale international academic forums to enhance Hong Kong's exposure on the world stage, etc.